July in RunWaterloo The heat of the summer makes for great early morning or evening running! This is your July RunWaterloo newsletter. Trending this
The heat of the summer makes for great early morning or evening running! This is your July RunWaterloo newsletter.
Trending this month on the RunWaterloo blog
Local runner profile: Laura Richards
Dr. Sean Delanghe: Why sit-ups need to disappear
Month in Recap
Graydon Large carried the Pan-Am torch in Kitchener
Wesley Korir hosted a Transcend screening in Waterloo
Andre De Grasse still can't fathom sudden stardom (CBC)
Alberto Salazar responds to BBC/ProPublica allegations (BBC)
Galen Rupp wins seventh consecutive 10,000m national championship (NBC)
Canadian Track and Field Championships begin today in Edmonton (AC)
Athletics Canada names Pan Am track and field team (AC)
At RunWaterloo, we work hard to make any running opportunity fun, interesting and valuable to you in a competitive event market. This summer, there are two brand-new events coming to town that we think you'll like!
Downtown Kitchener Mile
Carl Zehr Square, Friday, July 17, 6:00pm
This event is bringing running back to Downtown Kitchener. At $10, it's a fun event to kick-off your summer weekend. Spend the evening downtown with discounts at downtown businesses!
Waterloo Airport, Saturday, August 22, 9:00am
A two-mile loop on the runway of the Region of Waterloo International Airport. Flat? Yes. Fun? Yes - held in conjunction with the airport's Aviation Fun Day!
As always, thanks for reading. Happy running!